Quick Tour of Iran (2 to 4 Days)
A quick visit to two main cities of old Iran, Shiraz, and Isfahan, quickly but magnificently. Both the cities have international airports for more flexibility.
Isfahan > Shiraz
Day 1: Isfahan
City tour of Isfahan (“Half of the World”). We’ll go to UNESCO-listed Isfahan to visit Imam square which is the largest square in the world, after the Tiananmen Square in the post-Mao and is surrounded by some monuments like Shah Mosque, Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Ali Qapu Palace, and Traditional Bazaar. There are some historical bridges on the Zayandeh River; two famous ones are Khaju and Si-O-She pol bridges, visit them at night. Overnight Isfahan. Overnight Isfahan.
Day 2: Isfahan
Second Full day city tour of Isfahan to visit Vank Cathedral in Jolfa, Armenian area. There is a good vibe in this palace. Interior walls and ceiling are fully covered by the great painting of Bible stories. Then visit Jame Mosque, Hasht Behesht place, and pigeon house. At the end a quick visit to the music museum to see the history of musical instruments from all around the world. Overnight Isfahan.
Day 3: Shiraz
After breakfast, we’ll drive to one of the most charming cities in Iran, Shiraz. En route, we’ll visit the must-see UNESCO sights like Persepolis, A glorious monument with lots of places inside that date back to 550 B.C. In the evening visit, the tomb belongs to the mystic poet of Iran that they are made as an everlasting memory of Iran in your mind. Overnight Shiraz.
Day 4: Shiraz-
Today we’ll tour the best highlight of Shiraz, Nasir al Molk mosque which should be visited in the early morning to see the reflection of light through the Orosi colorful windows. Then go to Vakil Complex consists of a traditional bathhouse, bazaar, and mosque. Eat Lunch in the heart of the city.
Note: on this day, you have 2 options:
The first option is to back to Tehran and then fly back to your country. But it is highly recommended to arrange your departure intl flight from Shiraz, not Tehran, this way you will save more money, time, and energy. What do you think about it?